Tim Shoger is a Senior Vice President of Kaufman Hall and a member of the firm’s Strategic and Financial Planning practice. With more than 25 years of healthcare provider and consulting experience, Mr. Shoger works with healthcare organizations nationwide to successfully address operational, financial, strategic, and business planning challenges. His responsibilities include development of sustainable market, service line, ambulatory, and alignment strategies for hospitals, health systems, and physicians. He also leads the firm’s Merger Integration services, working across the Mergers and Acquisitions and Strategic and Financial Planning practices to coordinate successful organizational transformation and integration efforts.
Prior to joining Kaufman Hall, Mr. Shoger held positions on the leadership teams of two healthcare consulting firms, where he led service line planning projects, developed ambulatory strategic plans, and facilitated creation of hospital/physician alignment strategies, including medical staff development, physician compensation, and clinical integration plans.
Prior to this, Mr. Shoger was Senior Director for Financial Planning at the Cleveland Clinic, where he standardized business planning processes system wide, and evaluated new market opportunities locally, nationally, and internationally. He also developed community hospital expansion/renovation plans, clinical program advancement plans, and system-wide service integration plans. Before the Cleveland Clinic, he was a member of the Ernst & Young/Cap Gemini Ernst & Young Healthcare Consulting practice. His responsibilities focused on client relationship management, process and cost improvement services, and development of highly functional, integrated leadership teams to identify and implement improvement strategies at hospitals and health systems.
Mr. Shoger received an M.B.A., with a concentration in Healthcare Finance, from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University and a B.A. in Biology from The College of Wooster.